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Cohen v. DIRECTV, Inc., No. B204986

By FindLaw Staff on October 29, 2009 12:11 PM

In subscriber's suit against defendant for disseminating false advertising to induce him and others to purchase more expensive high definition services, trial court's order denying plaintiffs' motion for class certification is affirmed as the trial court did not apply an improper criterion in addressing the class certification issue and because it stated at least one valid reason for denying the motion for class certification.     

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Filed October 28, 2009


Opinion by Judge Bigelow


For Appellant:  King & Ferlauto, William T. King, Thomas M. Ferlauto

For Appellee: Kirkland & Ellis, Mellisa D. Ingalls, Becca Wahlquist, Shaun Paisley

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